Stockpile meals

Homemade Ranch Coleslaw

March 18, 2014

I am not a Coleslaw lover, but I did LOVE this Homemade Ranch Colelaw and so did the rest of the family.  Not only is is delicious, but it’s super frugal.  Especially when you can pick up Cabbage for 9¢ per pound at Bottom Dollar this week. The first step in this recipe is to […]

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Giant Eagle Coupon “High” Trip & a Recipe

February 28, 2014

Here are the results Giant Eagle Coupon “High” trip.  My store didn’t have any of the free Fiber One Fruits so I grabbed a rain check for those.  In regards to those, be on the look-out for peelies.  Collene commented on TCH Giant Eagle Facebook Group that she found 50 cents peelies on them that […]

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Bottom Dollar Meal | Everything’s Better with Bacon Tilapia Recipe

January 29, 2014

This week at Bottom Dollar Tilapia was on Sale for $1.99 per pound and Jamestown Bacon was on sale for $1.99.  If you happened to pick it up or have some in your freezer, here is a simple, but very tasty meal.  The kids didn’t even complain about eating fish, which they normally do. I […]

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Gluten Free Pancakes with Fruit Sauce

January 22, 2014

This gluten Free breakfast recipe might come as a surprise to you since I often stock up on boxed cereal on my Coupon “High” trips .    With coupons,  cereal is  a very frugal and convenient breakfast for my kids.  However, don’t expect to see the huge cereal stock-ups this coming month.  It’s not because there […]

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Healthy Frugal Toddler Snack | Sweet Potato Chips

January 6, 2014

My little one has a sweet tooth.  Thankfully, I found a healthy snack that she loves which satisfies that sweet tooth  plus gives her some great nutrients.  To top it all off, it’s extremely frugal and easy to make.  Just 3 ingredients. It’s Sweet Potato Chips and I used four potatoes that were what I […]

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Stockpile Christmas Recipe | Dark Chocolate Bark

December 18, 2013

One of my favorite Christmas treats is Chocolate Bark and Chocolate Covered Pretzels.  In the past I’ve always waited until a party for a chance to eat it thinking it was too hard to make at home.  Guess what?  It’s super simple and most likely it will use items in your stockpile and candy canes […]

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Our New Favorite Cookie Recipe–Ingredients on sale at Giant Eagle

November 22, 2013

I just had to share our new favorite cookie recipe, especially since the primary ingredients are on sale this week at Giant Eagle and have coupons to match up with the sales. Our new favorite cookie is Cake Mix Cookie Bars and it can be adjusted to fit your tastes.  In fact each version I […]

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Breakfast for Dinner Recipe | Garlic Toast and Eggs Pizza

November 8, 2013

For last night’s dinner I knew I wanted to use a loaf of french bread that I had picked up several days ago at Bottom Dollar.  I figured if I didn’t use it soon it would go to waste. I had picked up the bread because the Pioneer Women show on Food Network inspired me […]

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Nutritional Breakfast Muffin | Special K Zucchini Muffins

September 20, 2013

Are you looking for a tasty breakfast muffin that has some nutritional benefit to it.  I have been for my son who thinks it takes to long to eat cereal in the morning.  I think these Special K Zucchini Muffins should fit the bill and it used three items I picked up last week during […]

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Crustless Spinach Beef Quiche in a Skillet

July 17, 2013

Here’s a great recipe for summer.  You get the concept of a quiche without heating up the whole house with the oven.  This crust-less spinach beef quiche recipe is cooked stove-top and it only takes one skillet.  So not only does your house stay cool, but you only have one pot to wash. The meal […]

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